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LDR International Standard Horizon Collator Sales Strong

Thursday, January 30, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

PORTLAND, OR - January 29, 2003 -- LDR International today announced that recent sales of Standard Horizon Collating Systems are strong and the future shows no signs of their diminishing. For example, Seattle-based Emerald City Bindery recently expanded its full-service trade bindery offerings with the installation of a new Horizon Speed Vac-100 3-Tower Collating System purchased from LDR International. Emerald City Bindery co-owner Chuck Blowers did his homework when researching collating equipment and chose the Horizon for its high-speed production, versatility, and fully automated features. "The new Horizon Speed Vac-100 has provided a dramatic increase in production and given us the ability to provide our customers with quick turnaround on all collating jobs, whether short-run, or long-run. It has also reduced our labor costs dramatically." Blowers also likes the feature of being able to run two separate jobs at the same time by virtue of the Horizon Speed Vac's ability to be programmed to run in two directions (front and rear). "The Horizon is a well-built, very versatile machine that allows us to expand our capacity with additional collating towers (up to 6), as well as to add fully automated stitch-fold-trim and 3-hole punching accessories all in-line," says Blowers. Other recent Standard Horizon Collator installations by LDR Internatiaonal include Paramount Graphics in Beaverton, Oregon; Centerpoint Graphics in Portland, Oregon; Eugene Print in Eugene, Oregon; Shelton-Turnbull in Eugene, Oregon; and Lazerquick in Wilsonville, Oregon.




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